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Young children's attitudes regarding ethnicity and disability

Resource Type: Reports & Papers
Author(s): Molnar Zionts, Laura T.
Date Issued: 1996
Description: A study of the social perceptions of young children with disabilities and young children of color, and of the rates of acceptance by either group, or by children of color with disabilities in integrated classrooms

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